Jammal Brown, RT
CFA Player Analysis
Aggregated Advanced Analysis
2011 (Very Good Starter) Seen as a solid dependable tackle. Overall athleticism cited as chief strength, experience and size are also seen as very good.
Football Outsiders Almanacs
2012 Basically goes unmentioned, but Redskins did get high grades running to the right in FO’s Adjusted Line Yards statistic, so he had to have done something competently
2011 Mentioned briefly, hip injury cited as a reason to mock Redskins for signing him to 5- year contract. Writer is an Eagles fan. So screw him. (Note: written before Brown came to training camp broken.)
Pro Football Focus Grades
2011 (785/1013 Snaps) Terrible ratings for the first 13 weeks of the season. Posted one good game all year, week 16 against Minnesota in week 16. Was 53rd out of in their Pass Blocking Efficiency Rating which means he performed worse than 90% of the tackles in the league in terms of not giving up sacks (9), hits (5) and hurries (29).
2010 (859-1076 Snaps) Struggled in first half of the season particularly against Indianapolis and Green Bay. From week 7 on posted consistently average ratings for the rest of the season. Below-average Pass Blocking Efficiency Rating.